• Thank you. It means a lot to hear that. I am sure you, as a writer, understand that. People wanting to read our work means we must be doing something right. My prayer is to continue to do so amid the demands of everyday life. But creating under daily pressure, in my opinion, makes the work all the more cherished.

  1. Joanne Harris says

    I am in search of a cousin by the name of Candice Coates. If this is not my cousin, I would like to say this is a wonderful site. If this is my cousin again this is a wonderful site. My name is, Joanne. I know that God make all thats good in life possible.So even if this is not my cousin, GOD made this possible and I thank you.

    • Hello Joanne! Thank you for the blessings and the encouragement. Alas I am not your Candice Coates but I am still nonetheless glad to meet you!

  2. Hi Candice! Thanks so much for following my blog back and leaving me a lovely comment. I really looking forward to keeping up with your stories and art. You seem to have a lovely, positive way of expressing yourself and I’m looking forward to being inspired by it!

  3. J E N N I F E R says

    I wish I had found your name and email address to message you there – but please feel free to delete this after reading as it’s not intended as ‘spam’!

    Anyways, it’s Jennifer from Young & Twenty.

    Thank you so much for your kind comment on my blog. I truly appreciate it

    I thought I would write to you to let you know I started a Kickstarter campaign I’m devoted to accomplishing, as it will let me do great things with Young & Twenty. If you can help fund or spread word of my campaign, your support would be incredibly appreciated.

    Read more of my campaign here : http://www.youngandtwenty.com/announcing-the-young-twenty-kickstarter-campaign/

    My most sincere thank you,

    • Hello Jennifer! Congrats on starting your campaign! I will take a look at it and help anyway that I can. Cheers to you! 😀

      • J E N N I F E R says

        Thank you so much! All support means a lot.

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